Like Our Namesake, Roberto's Is A Delightful Enigma.
Roberto exemplifies the classic, international man of mystery—
yet, his heritage remains unclear. Is he Italian? Spanish? Of South American descent, Asian, or Northern European origins, perhaps? Raised by wolves, maybe? No one knows for sure.
All we know with absolute certainty is that Roberto is as Real American as can be—
and that the recipes he brings back from his travels are always mouth-watering. Not unlike Roberto himself, each visit to Roberto's is an exploratory journey of fun and fresh-tasting experiences—each and every time that you, your friends & family dine as our Guests.
Get the latest "Roberto Sez..." news and specials on our social media—as you follow the exploits and adventures of 'The Man Behind The Brand'!
Welcome to Roberto's!
Our approach to food & drink is inspired by our country's oldest tradition—the Early American Melting Pot Society.
Just as individuals from a diverse range of cultures came together, creating what would become The United States of America, Roberto's is proud to bring together a whole new world of cultural influences, tastes, and textures.
Old Meets New In Our Gracious, Early American Setting.
Roberto's Real American Tavern is situated in The Jonathan Pasco House—a circa 1784 landmark.
Jonathan Pasco was an American Army Captain who served in the Revolutionary War and made his home and hearth right here—where you're now dining, socializing, and relaxing as our Guest.
Roberto's is located on Route 5 (aka) Tobacco Road, as it wends its way through Connecticut Windsors—the heart of North American Tobacco Country. For those unfamiliar with our grand, local tradition, the surrounding countryside boasts the perfect climate and conditions for growing the Shade and Broad Leaf Tobaccos that wrap the world's finest cigars—the renowned Connecticut Wrappers.
We invite you to explore our establishment and enjoy historic images of our the surrounding area, and also to learn more of the Pasco family's fascinating history—memorialized on the second story brick wall above our front stairway.
Some believe these premises to be haunted by spirits. However and regardless of what you may believe, we can assure you that one spirit is very much alive and well: our spirit of commitment to exemplary service, delicious fare, and your fullest enjoyment.
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